Usually one Beauty Queen a day is enough. But considering last night's Emmy Awards was filled with makeup, hair, and nails that we want to copy--
--there's no point in having to choose just one favorite when you can have them all.
We've narrowed down our top beauty looks to the ones below, and got the scoop from the experts behind them on how to score them for ourself. So whether you're obsessed with Zooey Deschanel's manicure, Sarah Hyland's dark lip, or Kate Mara's slick hair, get the step-by-step guide here and click through the gallery to see them all up close. The 2013 Emmys beauty school is now in session!
Kate Mara's Hair:
To show off Mara's new bob, she and her stylist Alex Pollilo went for a sleek, glossy 'do.
1. Start with wet hair and apply
Comb through evenly, then create a deep diagonal side part.
2. Using a flat brush and a blowdryer on a medium setting, brush hair flat to the head and then follow with heat from the dryer.
from the roots to the length (you can also run a flat iron through if your ends flip out). Finish the whole look with
Zooey Deschanel's Nails:
Deschanel and the man behind her manicure, Tom Bachik, went for a geometric-inspired checkerboard look with teeny mustaches on her thumbs. See the close-up version
to all nails. Then, draw a plus sign on the nail to divide it into four quarters.
to create the checkerboard pattern in a reverse pattern from finger to finger.
3. Using the back of a makeup brush for a tip, paint on tiny dots for to create the 3D textured sequin effect.
4. Spin the brush of the After Hours shade on thumbs to create a tiny mustache.
Michelle Dockery's Perfect Skin:
Makeup artist Jordan Long wanted to keep the focus on Dockery's perfect, porcelain complexation--we don't blame her one bit.
1. Prep face with moisturizer, eye cream and lip balm.
2. Apply fine layer of
in Soft Ivory using a damp sponge. Use
to cover dark circles.
in Oleander with
, then brush onto the apples of the cheeks.
4. Next, she applied a light dusting of
on the t-zone before layering the Oleander blush on top.
Allison Williams' Shimmery Smokey Eye:
Makeup artist Julie Harris played into Williams' all-American beauty with a subtle take on the smokey eye.
, then apply
on the lids and under the lower lash line to achieve a soft smokey eye. Set it with
2. Apply a light coat of
to conceal dark areas, then conceal the under eyes with
3. Highlight the inner corners, brow bone and cheekbone with
4. Apply a very thin black line of
close to the lash line, then apply two generous coats of
on the top and bottom lashes
Sarah Hyland's Berry Lip:
Hyland and Allan Avendano went for Gatsy-inspired Old Hollywood glam, with bold oxblood lips front and center.
2. Swipe on a coat of
on top in order to create a deep burgundy shade.